The Life of Art

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Getty Voices: Looking Closely

Using augmented reality on an iPad in The Life of Art at the Getty Museum

As the designer of The Life of Art, my job was to get you to look—really look. More»

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Masterpiece of the Week: A Silver Treasure Spared the King’s Meltdown

Silver fountain / Jean Leroy

This silver fountain, featured in the exhibition The Life of Art and our current Masterpiece of the Week tours, is a survivor of one of history’s greatest meltdowns. Created in France in the 1660s, it was brought to England by… More»

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Top 10 Cool Things About College Night

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College Night is back at the Getty Center on April 15. Here, the funnest of the fun stuff from last year. More»

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